John W. House, MD, to speak to Hearing Loss Association of Orange

John House, MD. Courtesy photo.
John House, MD. Courtesy photo.

John W. House, M.D., a board certified Otolaryngologist and Neurotologist with a private practice at the world renown House Providence Hearing Health Centers (formerly known as the House Ear Clinic and before that the Otologic Medical Group), will share information regarding such conditions as Meniere’s disease, acoustic neuroma, tinnitus and SSHL (sudden sensori-neural hearing loss) during the City of Orange Hearing Loss Association of America chapter Saturday, April 6, 2019 morning meeting. The two-hour meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. at Marie Callendar’s Restaurant (1821 N. Grand Avenue in Santa Ana). There is no charge to attend, but an optional $3 donation is encouraged to help cover costs (room rental and real-time captioning). Following the informative meeting and to allow socializing with those who have hearing loss issues, some members remain at the restaurant for a no-host lunch. For more information, email:

Dr. House’s practice is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and related disorders and diseases. He is a Clinical Professor at both USC and UCLA. He has been president of many professional organizations, has received many honors and has been an invited speaker at many Departments of Otolaryngology in this country and Keynote speaker in many foreign countries. Many doctors of Otology from around the world have trained at House Ear Clinic. Dr. House has taken care of many famous and well-known patients including President Reagan, the King of Saudi Arabia, many movie personalities including Steve Martin.

About the Hearing Loss Association of America – City of Orange Chapter

The Hearing Loss Association of America – City of Orange Chapter (HLAA-COO) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that provides information, education, support and advocacy for people with hearing loss, their families and friends.